Dill is very easy to grow and a must for all herb gardens. The tall plants are topped with clusters of tiny yellow flowers on the tips of an array of central stems. Seeds and leaves are perfect for use as a flavoring for fish, stews, vegetables, poultry, pickles, and salads.
Preparation Ideas: Use to enhance the taste and flavor of dips, herb butter, soups, salads, fish dishes, and salads. Widely used in pickles.
Instructions: Sow seed directly into the garden once danger of frost has passed. Prefers moist, well drained soil and should be protected from wind if possible. Stagger the planting every 2-3 weeks from May-July
Suggestions: The fern-like leaves are very small but should be gathered for freezing and drying.
750 milligrams / approximately 550-575 seeds